A ruptured tire pulled the wiring harness out of my sons car. although i can't find a place where a connector is missing on the compressor or compressor fan the air conditioning doesn't work and the compressor fan no longer comes on when i turn the air on. The headlights on the right passenger side don't work either but i can see where the connectors are missing there.
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FLUSH COOLANT SYSTEM REPLACE THERMOSTAT AND RADIATOR PRESSURE CAP.BESURE TO USE 50/50 ANTIFREEZE AND WATER.TO RAISE BOILING POINT.PLAIN WATER WILL BOIL AWAY OR EVAPORATE CAUSING COOLING LOST WHICH MAKE ENGINE OVERHEAT.
replace head light main switch
or remove fuse,
or put a main disconect to the batery
probably has a short at the tail light asembly sockets , clean the sockets and wires , check the trailer harness.
I had the exact same problem with my 94 Honda Accord Lx. The fuse for the dash lights and tail lights blew and when I replaced it, it blew again. After a couple more tries, we gave up and took it to a honda repair place and they did a diagnostic for about $50. What they found was the wiring to the trunk was frayed and touching the other wires. They said its a common problem after years of opening and closing the trunk. I had noticed that the trunk light on the dash would sometimes flicker so it makes sense to me. They removed the wiring harness for the trunk, and replaced the fuse and now the lights work fine. And to replace the trunk wiring harness would have cost $60 but I can live without lights in the trunk for now. I am just happy to be able to drive at night again. Hope this helped.
I dont think so. 95 had 2 different engines. it will be close. you will have to check every connection and it will take some time. id get the correct one for your model and year and it still might be a little different.